Daniele Vignoli is Professor of Demography at the University of Florence, where he teaches ‘Family Demography’, ‘Quantitative Methods for Population Studies’, and ‘Longitudinal Data Analysis’. His research addresses: family demography, social demography, and the life course. Currently, he is working on the triangular relation between uncertainty, labor market changes, and family life courses.
He is the scientific coordinator of the University of Florence Population and Society Unit (UPS); Editor-in-Chief of GENUS – Journal of Population Sciences; and co-director of FloPS (Florence Population Studies), a collaboration between the University of Florence and the European University Institute. In 2020, he received the Dirk J. van de Kaa Award for Social Demography from the European Association for Population Studies.
He is the principal investigator of an ERC Consolidator Grant on ‘Economic Uncertainty and Fertility in Europe’, and two grants financed by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research: ‘Narratives’ and ‘The Great Demographic Recession’.
Personal website: www.danielevignoli.com